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[Gr.,=something read backward], rearrangement of the letters of a word or words to make another word or other words. A famous Latin anagram was an answer made out of a question asked by Pilate.
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Palindrome

 

a sentence or verse that can be read, by letters or by words, backward or forward; both readings will make sense and usually will be identical. “Madam, I’m Adam” is an example of an English palindrome.

The artistic quality of a palindrome depends on the structure of a given language. In Russian and other European languages, palindromes usually sound artificial and unintelligible, whereas in Chinese, for instance, many highly artistic poems are palindromes. Examples of Russian palindromes can be found in V. V. Khlebnikov’s narrative poem Razin’s Boat and in works by V. Ia. Briusov, I. L. Sel’vinskii, and A. A. Voznesenskii.

palindrome

[′pal·ən‚drōm]
(genetics)
A nucleic acid sequence that is self-complementary.
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In the case [PSI] = R, we say only palindrome instead of R-palindrome.
Previously, I have shown other ideas for working with palindromes in novel ways, such as studying patterns of products of palindromes, investigating the occurrences of prime palindromes, and writing palindrome words horizontally or vertically in particular fonts (Nivens, 2013).
Although many palindromes match single letters, like the central letters of the Latin word scilicet, "it is obvious," which mirrors c and c, i and i, until it gets to the middle 1, Anna/Otto is closer to the Japanese palindrome, which is often made in a syllabary called kana that matches groups of letters, syllable to syllable, (2) probably deriving from ancient China, where characters indicated phrases or sentences, and patterned texts could he easily constructed.
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The title In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni is, after all, a palindrome, but Debord wrote his whole life as a palindrome.
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